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New York Vocal Coaching Founder Justin Stoney is interviewed on the NBC Today Show about Beyonce and her National Anthem performance at the Barack Obama Inauguration. How does it compare to Alicia Keys, Cristina Aguilera, Whitney Houston, and other celebrity singers
New York Vocal Coaching President and Founder, Justin Stoney, was recently featured on the hit MTV show, Promposal. Will our student find the strength to sing his heart out? Watch to find out!
Gwyneth Paltrow learned to sing for the movie “Country Strong”. But, then she kept singing all the way to the Academy Awards and beyond. Some think she could use a few more voice lessons. However, Vocal Coach Justin Stoney believes that her vocal technique is more solid than many in the entertainment industry believe.
NYC Voice Teacher Justin Stoney was asked about Beyonce’s Lip-Synching during President Barack Obama’s Inauguration. Mr. Stoney gives 7 telltale signs that a singer is lip-synching instead of singing. Justin Stoney believes that Beyonce was indeed singing during the ceremony. What do YOU think?
Last night at the VMAs, Ariana Grande opened her performance while bobbing on a SoulCycle bike. The workout was pretty standard, except instead of a yelling instructor we had a belting, stiletto-clad Ariana in the middle of Madison Square Garden.
Foreign accents have helped Arnold Schwarzenegger, Priyanka Chopra, Melania Trump, Donnie Yen and Arianna Huffington
Singing Tips: Have A Certain Skull Shape, And Other Science Behind Carrying A Tune
Natalie Portman speaks in a strange accent in the Jackie Kennedy biopic, but did the First Lady actually speak like Padmé Amidala if she grew up on Long Island?
Think only TED-Talk-giving CEOs need to worry about public speaking?
At this point, early in their technological life cycles, it’s not surprising that voice-activated assistants like Amazon’s Alexa speaker and the Google Home need some work.
"The voice can be trained in just about everyone," she quotes Justin Stoney of the New York Vocal Coaching in New York City as saying
When Cole Porter wrote, “Anything Goes,” he could have easily been referring to New York cabaret circa the 2000-sies.
A Jewish saint battles the Spanish Inquisition over the conquest of Peru in the new musical Occasion for Sin by Grammy Award winning composer Oriente Lopez, coming to The 2017 Planet Connection Theatre Festivity, which runs June 12 - July 9 at The Clemente, Flamboyan Theatre, 107 Suffolk Street, NYC.
The top instructor at New York Speech Coaching will bring that upspeak down a few notches.
Justin Stoney is a Voice Teacher and Vocal Coach and the founder of New York Vocal Coaching Inc. He has been featured in national and international publications such as Esquire Magazine, Newsweek/The Daily Beast, NME, and Backstage.
New York Speech Coaching provides training in Public Speaking, Accent Change & Standard American Dialect for Actors, Accent Reduction, Speech Coaching, Voiceovers, and more for business and corporate clients, models, singers, spokespeople, and those seeking accent reduction.
New York Vocal Coaching has the expertise in teaching voice lessons and techniques for singers of all ages and levels. Justin Stoney, the owner of this business, is an internationally recognized voice teacher who has been featured in Fox News, The Insider, NBC Today Show, CBS, and the Huffington Post Live’s interviews of celebrity singers.
Speech coach Tricia Veldman breaks down the essential business skill.
Justin Stoney of New York Vocal Coaching assists New York Times bestselling author A.J. Jacobs with breathing from the diaphragm and improving his “manliness” in Esquire Magazine.
Voice Teacher Justin Stoney accompanies one of his vocal students in her appearance on Fox & Friends. They called her “the next Taylor Swift”. You can be the judge as Mr. Stoney supports his student on national television.
Plenty of things about being a woman probably make you want to shout—and not in a hands-in-the-air-like-you-just-don't-care kind of way.
Rumor is Beyonce lip-synched the Star Spangled Banner at the Presidential Inauguration. She may do it again at the Super Bowl. Here's how the pros get away with it.
Against this backdrop, I recently sat down with Paul Geiger, senior associate instructor at New York Speech Coaching. His new book is Better Business Speech: Techniques and Shortcuts for Public Speaking at Work.
While the general public may be more likely to think of the “vocal fry” voice technique as the guttural growl of Kim Kardashian, in music, the vocal fry is a proper singing technique used by performers to convey a wide range of emotion.
Don't be confused by this week's Back Stage. If it looks a little different, that's because we're announcing the winners of our annual Readers' Choice Awards.
One Man's Humble Quest for Bodily Perfection
What makes a great public speaker truly great?
Earlier this month when Lady Gaga released “Perfect Illusion,” a scream-pop explosion that edges on rock, my immediate reaction was a physical cringe. Produced by Mark Ronson, BloodPop (Justin Bieber’s “Sorry”) and Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker, it’s the first single from her next album Joanne.
The creative team is compromised of Andrea Grody (Music Director)
I reached out to John West, the head of speech coaching at New York Speech Coaching, to get some perspective. West works with CEOs, hedge fund managers, politicians, and actors to help them become more effective speakers.
We all know when we see or hear someone who exudes “executive presence.” It’s not just that they exemplify good grooming or fashion sense, or even that they have highly developed intelligence or street smarts. More than that, their executive presence comes from a sense of confidence and clarity of thought. Others recognize the quality in the way the person walks and talks. It’s a kind of controlled forward momentum.
Our panel of vocal coaches and voice teachers weighs in on when and why to get help to improve and protect your voice.
In New York City, speaking and understanding English is necessary for running a business – it is the language which brings together ideas, clients and progress.
In a business world where we are told that time is money, the real currency is communicating clearly at a poised and measured pace. Better Business Speech: Techniques, Tricks, and Shortcuts for Public Speaking at Work by Paul Geiger focuses on the challenges of being a strong communicator in a range of business settings.
Why Does Donald Trump Jr. Sound Like Such a Terrible Asshole? A Voice Coach Explains
Vocal Coach Justin Stoney analyzes Mariah Carey’s recent struggles with live performances and high notes, taking into consideration her vocal health concerns as well as technological mishaps.
Adele gave up pizza in order to save her voice! Voice Teacher and Vocal Coach Justin was asked by SELF Magazine about the thinking behind Adele’s decision to increase her vocal health and vocal technique by reducing the acid reflux caused by indulging in her favorite foods.
Sam Smith’s voice will never be the same.
Upspeak, vocal fry, and the latest way the world is nit-picking women.
Voice Teacher Justin Stoney, from New York Vocal Coaching, told Medical Daily in a previous interview that "the voice can be trained in just about anyone."…"The evidence that we have says that if you really apply good technique, just about anyone can sing well," Stoney explained.
Through the power of a fake baby voice, Paris Hilton launched a business empire, invented reality TV superstardom, and disrupted American culture years before Facebook or the Kardashians.
With the band at war on Twitter, a tour cancelled and an astronomical insurance bill, Barry Nicolson investigates whether Kings Of Leon can survive their greatest crisis yet
Lady Gaga just released her brand new music video for “Perfect Illusion”, the first single from her highly anticipated Joanne album, her first pop album in three years.
We spend plenty of time thinking about what we say in business, but not necessarily how we say it.
Stephen Miller is reportedly a college buddy of neo-Nazi punching bag Richard Spencer. He’s also Donald Trump’s senior adviser, and was recently drafted as a new White House spokesperson.
Broadway's Lindsey Brett Carothers (Bring it On, WICKED (National Tour)) will premiere her new one-woman show, THE VOICE WITHIN, on August 7 at 9:30pm at The Duplex Cabaret Theater.
Justin Stoney is the founder of New York Vocal Coaching, which boasts a large team of voice coaches specializing in singing, acting, speech and teacher training.
You can have the best ideas in the world, but unless you also have confidence and conviction when you say them, you might as well be speaking to a brick wall.
New York is known as a cold and mean city, with its glittering lights being the only warmth it has to offer. As the home of Broadway, finance and art, it attracts dreamers like flies to a light only to be squashed by its harshness. In the midst of all of this, a vocal studio in midtown, which acts as a solace for artists, has been able to survive in the big bad city of New York.
Better Business Speech isn’t just for businesspeople. It’s for anyone who has to speak in public. But for someone who’s about to speak at a conference or make a presentation and is already starting to sweat, this is a lifesaver of a book.
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I had the chance to interview Paul Geiger, an accomplished actor and speech coach, and author of the new book, Better Business Speech: Techniques, Tricks and Shortcuts for Public Speaking at Work, which I reviewed on this site. We discussed the many fears people face when they’re about to make a public presentation, and how to address them and gain confidence in the spotlight.